Officials, residents provide input into Westchester County Airport master plan

They're addressing residents' concerns, including air traffic, noise complaints, water well contamination and scrutiny over secret federal flights that transport migrants from the southern border into the area.

News 12 Staff

Sep 6, 2022, 9:56 PM

Updated 630 days ago

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A meeting was held Tuesday to discuss the creation of a new master plan for the Westchester County Airport.
The meeting was part of a series of sit-downs between county officials and local residents.
They're addressing residents' concerns, including air traffic, noise complaints, water well contamination and scrutiny over secret federal flights that transport migrants from the southern border into the area.
Another meeting will be held Tuesday Sept. 13 in Greenwich, Connecticut, which borders the airport.
A draft of the master plan is expected to be ready this fall.


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